Martin Denny had pretty much moved into easy listening territory by the time Latin Village came out in 1964. Gone were the bird calls, jungle sounds and exotic instrumentation of early albums like Exotica and Quiet Village.
Latin Village was released at the peak of the bossa nova craze, so Brazilian classics like The Girl From Ipanema and Corcovado are among the tunes covered.
An interesting guitar sound adorns the leadoff track, Angelito, which you can listen to and download from the link below. It sounds a lot like some of Vincent Bell's work, but who it actually is I don't know.
Angelito was also released as a single by Liberty Records, but neither it nor the album were hits. Latin Village was briefly available on a Japanese CD that now goes for upwards of $40 in the Amazon Marketplace. Used vinyl copies from the same source are more reasonable. The album doesn't appear to be available as a legal download.
From YouTube, here's another selection from Latin Village: